Cell Phones To Be Restricted At Criminal Justice CenterBeginning April 3, defendants, witnesses, family and friends will have their cell phones magnetically locked into pouch when they enter the CJC.
New Cell Phone Rules At Criminal Justice CenterNew cell phone restrictions will go into effect at the Criminal Justice Center in Philadelphia next month.
CJC Judges Hire Attorney To Look Into Elevator Safety In BuildingJudges who work there want a second opinion.
CJC Scheduled To Reopen MondayThe Criminal Justice Center will be operating during normal court hours
Dashing Defendant Results In Criminal Justice Center LockdownFor about 20 minutes Tuesday afternoon, the routine of court hearings at the Criminal Justice Center abruptly stopped as it went into lockdown, when a defendant became a "runner."
Brazen: Philly Police Say Woman Stole Wallet Inside Criminal Justice CenterPhiladelphia police are searching for the female who is accused of stealing a victim’s wallet inside the city’s Criminal Justice Center.
Philadelphia DA's Program Gives Nonviolent Drug Offenders Alternative To PrisonThe Choice is Yours is a 13-month program that gives nonviolent drug offenders an alternative to incarceration.
KYW Flashback: The Fall From Grace And Trial Of Monsignor William LynnMonsignor William Lynn had become a household name, not only in Philadelphia, but around the nation.
New Jury Waiting Room, For Civil and Special Cases, Opens in Phila. City HallFormerly, all Philadelphia residents called for jury duty have reported to the Criminal Justice Center, packed into a first-floor waiting room there.
Head Of Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Asks City Council For WiFi In CourtroomsThe wheels of justice could grind a little faster under a proposal to bring WiFi to Philadelphia's Criminal Justice Center.
Judge in Gosnell Case Warns TV Crews Away From JurorsLawyers in the case had an in-chambers conversation with Judge Jeffrey Minehart about TV crews taking pictures of jurors, apparently inadvertently, as they left the Criminal Justice Center on Monday.
Phila. Judge Revokes Bail After Defendant Accused of Intimidating Witness in CourtroomAssistant district attorney Douglas Rhoads says he was in Courtroom 608 on an unrelated case when he heard defendant Gerald Andrews talking to the witness, "referring to her as a snitch, and essentially telling her to stop snitching."